Social inclusion

Extra-curricular afternoon schools (Tanoda)

This research project – supported by the Roma Education Fund – was conducted in 2008. Its direct aim was to survey all the extra-curricular afternoon schools (Tanoda) existing in Hungary in order to get an insight into their pedagogical work, networking-practice and examine the level of their embededness into local community. The indirect goal of the investigation was  to construct the criteria of effectiveness of their work, to collect features providing their sustainability and by providing up-to-date data to support the planning of  future funding schemes and calls for tender.



"The International Conference on the Fostering and Development of Talent”

Our research centre was represented by Szilvia Németh, Managing director at “The International Conference on the Fostering and Development of Talent” in Bratislava. She was a member of the panel of “Art and Creativity” where the Creative Partnerships programme in Hungary was highlighted.

European Network of Observatories in the Field of Arts and Cultural Education linked to UNESCO (ENO)

On 6 November the European Network of Observatories was established, in which T-Tudok Inc has taken up the role of being the national observatory.


Facts and Figures on Hungarian Public Education 2014

This is the first edition of Public Education in Hungary: Facts and Figures published by T-Tudok. This publication attempts to summarize basic statistical data on public education for those who want to have a first glimps of the state of the system of public education in Hungary.

Traksfora project

A collection of case studies within the project “Training Requirements and Key Skills for Artists and Creative Practitioners to Work in Participatory Settings has been established.

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